2011 Indiana Code
TITLE 2. GENERAL ASSEMBLY
ARTICLE 3. COMPENSATION AND RIGHTS OF LEGISLATORS
CHAPTER 7.5. EMPLOYMENT AND OFFICES

IC 2-3-7.5
Chapter 7.5. Employment and Offices

IC 2-3-7.5-1
Permitted positions
Sec. 1. Any member of the General Assembly of this state who is otherwise qualified shall be eligible to serve specifically, but not by way of limitation, as a guardian, executor, administrator, commissioner by appointment of the court for a specific purpose, court appraiser other than pursuant to eminent domain proceedings in which the State of Indiana is a party, receiver, or receiver or trustee in bankruptcy. Such positions shall not be considered as lucrative public offices within the meaning of the constitutional prohibition and said legislator may serve in those positions without losing his seat in the Indiana General Assembly.
(Formerly: Acts 1972, P.L.16, SEC.1.)

IC 2-3-7.5-2
Prohibited positions
Sec. 2. A member of the general assembly may not:
(1) hold an office elected by the general assembly during the term for which elected; or
(2) be appointed to a lucrative office, except an elected office, that was created or had the compensation increased during the member's term;
as provided in Article 4, Section 30 of the Constitution of the State of Indiana.
As added by P.L.3-1987, SEC.1.

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